The British Working Class and Enthusiasm for War, 1914-1916


Lionisation of the volunteers who answered the call to arms in 1914-1916 has tended to obscure analysis of why so many citizens were prepared to face death on a foreign field. Silbey explores the motivations at work in Britain during the first years of the Great War.


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